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Palo Alto, California-based financial services firm announced Wednesday that it has received $100 million (US$) in financing from a variety of new and existing investors.

Microsoft Braces for Antitrust Ruling

With all hopes for a settlement of the antitrust case against it dashed, software giant Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is bracing for harsh sanctions and a possible breakup of the company when federal judge Thomas Penfield Jackson issues his ruling sometime this week.

VC Firm Closes Record Internet Fund

Venture capital firm Technology Crossover Ventures (TCV) announced today that it has set a new watermark in the flood of venture capital money washing over Internet companies by closing a $1.6 billion (US$) fund.

Healthcare Giants Fuel B2B Frenzy

Healthcare giants Johnson & Johnson, GE Medical Systems, Baxter International, Inc., Abbott Laboratories and Medtronic, Inc. have further fueled the current business-to-business (B2B) feeding frenzy by announcing plans to create a privately held exchange to streamline purchasing for healthcare p...

CDNow Battles Back

After a pessimistic auditor's report sparked a wave of negative publicity and a broad stock sell-off, Internet music retailer CDNow (Nasdaq: CDNW) said today that it will implement a new operating plan to "significantly reduce" its cash burn rate.

PlanetRx Unveils E-Commerce Bar Code Scanner

In an effort to streamline the Internet shopping experience for its customers, online drugstore (Nasdaq: PLRX) has unveiled a bar code scanner that will allow consumers to select and order items simply and efficiently.

Pitney Bowes Joins Internet Postage Crowd

Mail and messaging company Pitney Bowes (NYSE: PBI) ended months of speculation about its online postage plans today by announcing that it has received approval from the U.S. Postal Service to debut its ClickStamp feature.

European E-Commerce Poised for Boom

According to a new study by Forrester Research (Nasdaq: FORR), online business-to-consumer (B2C) sales are set to grow explosively in Europe from $2.8 billion (US$) in 1999 to approximately $170 billion in 2005.

Microsoft Settlement Prospects Cling to Life

The derailed settlement talks between the U.S. Justice Department and software giant Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) may be back on track today, as reports indicate that the mediator in the case has asked the judge to delay issuing his opinion in hopes of a breakthrough.

QXL Expands European Online Auction Reach

London-based (Nasdaq: QXLC), Europe's largest online auction company, has announced the acquisition of Swedish rival Bidlet AB for as much as $555 million (US$) in stock.

Peapod Shaken as CEO Resigns, Financing Yanked

Internet grocer Peapod (Nasdaq: PPOD) received a resounding double blow Thursday, as the company announced that its highly respected CEO has resigned for health reasons and investors have yanked $120 million (US$) in planned equity financing off the table.

Feeling e-Lucky in the UK

U.S.-based online lottery firm eLot, Inc. (Nasdaq: ELOT) has signed a four-year contract to sell lottery tickets over the Internet to the general public in the United Kingdom.

CDNow and Columbia House Scuttle Merger

Music e-tailer CDNow (Nasdaq: CDNW) announced Monday that its proposed merger with music distributor Columbia House has been scrapped.

Embattled Bezos Calls for Patent Reform

After enduring months of criticism over his company's protective patent policies, CEO Jeff Bezos suggested Thursday that the United States undertake a fundamental retooling of the current patent system.

Ford To Shed Surplus on the Net

Number two auto manufacturer Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) announced Thursday that it will partner with B2B auction site to sell its surplus capital equipment at online auctions. Joins Auction Fray

Online search engine (Nasdaq: GOTO) heated up the competition in the already tight Internet auction world today by announcing that it will buy auction search and listings site in an estimated $175 million (US$) stock deal.

DoubleClick Appoints NYC Commish as Window Dressing

In an effort to patch up its tattered reputation in the wake of its recent online invasion-of-privacy fiasco, controversial Internet advertising giant DoubleClick (Nasdaq: DCLK) announced today that two high-profile New York consumer advocates will now lead its privacy efforts.

IBM, Ariba, i2 Form B2B Alliance

Venerable computer giant IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced today that it will form an alliance with Ariba (Nasdaq: ARBA) and i2 Technologies (Nasdaq: ITWO) to provide what it calls an "end-to-end solution for business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce and collaboration."

Forrester Names Gore Top Internet Candidate

As 16 U.S. states prepare to cast presidential primary votes in what has become known as "Super Tuesday," Internet research firm Forrester Research (Nasdaq: FORR) has declared Vice-President and Democratic front-runner Al Gore the most Internet-friendly candidate in the 2000 presidential race.

$2.4B Merger To Form Global Internet Banking Alliance

Spanish bank Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) and Spanish ISP Terra Networks announced a $2.4 billion (US$) merger today that will create a global Internet banking group with Irish Internet-only bank First-e.

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